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  • Tata Motors profits fall on weak Jaguar Land Rover sales

    Tata Motors profits fall on weak Jaguar Land Rover sales

    The consolidated profit before tax (before exceptional item) for the quarter ending June stood at Rs 2,066 crore as against Rs 6,340 crore for the corresponding quarter previous year. Retail growth was bolstered by the introduction of new models such as the Jaguar XE and F-Pace, leading to Jaguar sales increasing by 76 per cent. Land Rover sales also exceeded 100,000 for the first time in one quarter due to strong demand for the Discovery Sport.

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  • Key Takeaways From Best Buy's Q2 Earnings

    Key Takeaways From Best Buy's Q2 Earnings

    In other news, CEO Hubert Joly sold 398,000 shares of the business's stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, June 2nd. Inc. revealed better than expected sales and profit August 23 even though revenue from global sales declined when converted into USA dollars.

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  • Obama creates national monument in Maine's North Woods

    Obama creates national monument in Maine's North Woods

    With dense forest, roaming bears and moose, and streams and lakes throughout almost 88,000 acres of donated land, a new Maine Woods and Waters Monument will provide plenty of opportunities for camping, hunting, fishing, boating and more - and help create hundreds of jobs to boot.

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  • United Kingdom court sides with small shareholders on beer merger

    United Kingdom court sides with small shareholders on beer merger

    Two of SABMiller's largest shareholders, Altria Group and Bevco, will be split off into a separate group from the rest of the brewing giant's shareholders when the deal goes to a vote on September 28. The vote will take place about two months after AB InBev raised its offer for SABMiller . "It's bad news in that it increases the risk compared to there only being one class of shareholders, but based on our calculations the chances of the deal still going through are high", Gonzalez ...

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  • Qantas posts record $1.1 billion profit amid restructuring

    Qantas posts record $1.1 billion profit amid restructuring

    Qantas underwent a restructuring to cut costs, including axing thousands of employees. The company declared a final dividend of 7 cents per share, its first final dividend since 2008, and said it would buy back up to A$366 million of shares, a measure to prop up the shareprice.

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  • Trump Wants a 'Humane and Efficient' Plan for Undocumented Immigrants

    Conway also walked back her insistence that Trump release his tax returns, a demand she made in one of the video clips Stephanopoulos aired. But Trump also risks turning off the voters that were attracted to his candidacy precisely because of his harsh pledges and rhetoric against illegal immigration if he does commit to softening his policies.

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  • US Oil Inventory Adds to Market Volatility

    US Oil Inventory Adds to Market Volatility

    The U.S. Energy Information Administration said Wednesday that U.S. crude stocks shrank by 2.7 million barrels last week while gasoline stocks fell by 2.2 million barrels. OPEC sources say the group will probably revive talks on freezing output when it meets non-OPEC nations next month in Algeria as Riyadh appears to want higher prices.

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  • Trump staffer shut down in extremely awkward CNN interview

    Trump staffer shut down in extremely awkward CNN interview

    When asked about the state of the campaign given the recent "shake up" and the fact that they were "down", Cohen seemed incredulous and asked "says who?" repeatedly, even when told "polls. An awkward silence followed as Cohen sat looking at the camera until he repeated his question again. "Polls. I just told you , I answered your question", says Keilar , who can't believe she has to explain this.

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  • Aetna departure could dry up ObamaCare market in Arizona county

    The insurer is likely to offer its health care products in Delaware, Iowa, Nebraska, and Virginia or 242 counties nationwide, while now, it covers around 838,000 people on Obamacare exchanges. UnitedHealthcare - the largest health insurance provider in America - and other major health companies have similarly scaled back their participation in the Affordable Care Act.

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  • Hillary Clinton To Release 2015 Tax Returns

    They gave more than $1,042,000 to charity, with $1 million going to the Clinton family foundation. It is not the same organization as the better-known Clinton Foundation. Protesters at Trump afternoon rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, held up signs reading "Tax Forms" before being escorted out by security. Clinton's strategy borrows from President Barack Obama's winning playbook against Mitt Romney in 2012.

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  • Kenya Olympic official suspended, IOC investigates runner

    Kenya Olympic official suspended, IOC investigates runner

    Ruto said the government will not allow a few individuals who want to use short cuts, to ruin Kenya's hard-earned reputation in athletics. "I tried to explain to them that I was not Rotich but they took the accreditation and started walking away to the station that was about 50 meters away".

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  • Putin, Erdogan agree on steps to mend relations

    Petersburg for the first time since ties between the two countries deteriorated following the downing of a Russian jet near the Syrian border last November. Relations between the two countries had remained soured until the issue seemed largely resolved June 29 through a letter and subsequent telephone calls between the countries' leaders.

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  • USA oil stocks rise, but product inventories fall

    USA oil stocks rise, but product inventories fall

    The draw, amid U.S. East Coast refinery runs hitting 2011 lows, exceeded expectations for a gasoline drawdown of 1.1 million barrels. US crude imports fell last week by 334,000 barrels per day. "The crude supply overhang is going to keep the price from rallying too strongly", said David Lennox, a resources analyst at Fat Prophets in Sydney.

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  • Delta struggles through third day of computer problems

    Delta struggles through third day of computer problems

    Konstance Woods talks on her cell phone with an agent as she stands in line at the Delta ticketing counter at Washington's Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Monday, Aug. He said a power control module at Delta's technology command center malfunctioned, "causing a surge to the transformer and a loss of power". At San Francisco's airport, the line for limited Delta flights Tuesday stretched from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2.

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  • Wage strike begin at South Africa power utility Eskom

    Wage strike begin at South Africa power utility Eskom

    Unrelated to the drone incident, Eskom also announced suspensions for the Koeberg Power Station manager and the plant manager. Eskom branded the stoppage illegal because its members are prohibited by law from striking, but said its operations had not been affected so far.

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  • Delta Air Lines cancels 90 flights after earlier outage

    More than 2,000 flights have been canceled since an outage grounded Delta Airlines planes on Monday, including a dozen flights scheduled to leave Orlando International Airport. "And yeah, it always kind of took a day or two to get everybody where they needed to be and that's exactly what's happening with this", said Seth Kaplan with Airline Weekly.

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  • Delta flights in Rochester largely on track

    The lingering effects of Delta's outage could still be felt at Bradley International Airport Tuesday, where the airline had six cancellations and three delays, an airport spokeswoman said. It is the second major outage to hit a United States airline in the past month after a faulty router at Southwest Airlines caused flight disruptions lasting almost a week.

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  • India Inc hails passage of GST Bill, hopes for April 1 rollout

    Echoing similar sentiments, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi hailed the passage of the bill and asserted that the issue relating to the 18 percent cap of GST rate will be taken up by his party in December. Asdhir, president and CEO of Excel Funds Management Inc. "If you had agreed about the merits of GST earlier, it would have been implemented long back and the country would have benefited long back", he said.

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  • Barclays to pay $100m to US states over rates

    Barclays to pay $100m to US states over rates

    Reyes' spokesman, Daniel Burton, says he doesn't immediately know how much Utah will receive. As part of a 16-member panel of banks making submissions to help set daily Libor rates, Barclays manipulated submissions between 2005 and 2009 to avoid the appearance that it paid more than its competitors to borrow or to favor traders' positions, according to Schneiderman's office.

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  • Buffett's Berkshire Profit Jumps 25 Percent on New Manufacturers, Insurance

    Buffett's Berkshire Profit Jumps 25 Percent on New Manufacturers, Insurance

    This year, Berkshire closed a deal to buy Procter & Gamble's Duracell , and entered an agreement to acquire Precision Castparts to add to its investments. Most resulted from Kraft Heinz Co´s redemption of $8.32 billion of preferred stock that Berkshire held. Results were hurt by a decline in the volume of coal and petroleum-product shipments, and a decrease in revenue from agricultural cargo.

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  • Emirates crash: First report expected within a month

    Emirates crash: First report expected within a month

    Their plane had just crash-landed in a ball of flames - but these passengers were apparently more interested in grabbing their luggage from the overheard compartments than saving their lives. Emirates officials have repeatedly declined to say definitively whether the plane was attempting to go around and whether the landing gear was properly deployed.

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